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Post by Nicolas » Tue May 17, 2016 12:10 am

Texas Cyclone (1932) Tim McCoy, Walter Brennan, and a very young John Wayne star in this improbable B-western about an amnesiac cowboy. Unintentionally funny, recommended.
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Post by Patricio » Tue May 17, 2016 3:18 am

Third Avenue: Only the Strong Survive.

PBS documentary from 1980 on Amazon streaming. Little peeks into the lives of various people living in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx. Some are crooks, some are drunks, and some are just plain crazy, but none of them seem like bad people to me. And the last story, about an old Italian barber and his wife in Brooklyn, is really very sweet.

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Post by gkaplan » Tue May 17, 2016 8:12 pm

Dave55 wrote:Watched the first 2 seasons of "Broadchurch" a British detective series on Netflix.

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Post by Crimsontide » Tue May 17, 2016 8:49 pm

Tried to watch Noah on Amazon Prime last night but the first 20 minutes were absolutely dreadful. I just turned it off, horrible movie.

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Post by Munir » Wed May 18, 2016 9:13 am

"Theeb"- a great movie about a child's life in the Arabian desert. It portrays a very realistic picture of the challenges to merely survive during WWI. Excellent acting, photography, and direction.

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Post by bertilak » Wed May 18, 2016 8:42 pm

Dark Passage -- Bogie and Bacall. First time I've seen it.

That's number three of the four Bogie and Bacall films. It's the weakest of the four but it does complete my viewing of all of them. There really wasn't much chemistry or tension between the leads. There is a clever gimmick. For the first hour we don't see Bogie, only hear his voice as, up to that point, the thing is shot from his point of view. That's like another adaptation (Murder My Sweet, 1944) of a Chandler novel (Farewell My Lovely) starring William Powell. That was three years before Dark Passage so I guess there's a bit of movie-making larceny here!

Here are the four:

    1944 To Have and Have Not -- Director: Howard Hawks. Writers: William Falkner (screenplay), Ernest Hemingway (novel)
    1946 The Big Sleep -- Director: Howard Hawks. Writers: William Falkner (screenplay) Raymond Chandler (novel)
    1947 Dark Passage -- Director: Delmer Daves. Writers: Delmer Daves (screenplay), David Goodis (novel)
    1948 Key Largo -- Director: John Huston. Writers: John Huston and Richard Brooks (screenplay), Maxwell Anderson (play)
I think this shows how important writers and directors are. Three of those films, the best ones, involve true legends as writers and directors.
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Post by Dulocracy » Thu May 19, 2016 10:40 am

bertilak wrote:Dark Passage -- Bogie and Bacall. First time I've seen it.

That's number three of the four Bogie and Bacall films. It's the weakest of the four but it does complete my viewing of all of them. There really wasn't much chemistry or tension between the leads. There is a clever gimmick. For the first hour we don't see Bogie, only hear his voice as, up to that point, the thing is shot from his point of view. That's like another adaptation (Murder My Sweet, 1944) of a Chandler novel (Farewell My Lovely) starring William Powell. That was three years before Dark Passage so I guess there's a bit of movie-making larceny here!

Here are the four:

    1944 To Have and Have Not -- Director: Howard Hawks. Writers: William Falkner (screenplay), Ernest Hemingway (novel)
    1946 The Big Sleep -- Director: Howard Hawks. Writers: William Falkner (screenplay) Raymond Chandler (novel)
    1947 Dark Passage -- Director: Delmer Daves. Writers: Delmer Daves (screenplay), David Goodis (novel)
    1948 Key Largo -- Director: John Huston. Writers: John Huston and Richard Brooks (screenplay), Maxwell Anderson (play)
I think this shows how important writers and directors are. Three of those films, the best ones, involve true legends as writers and directors.


The Big Sleep, Dark Passage, and Key Largo are all great films. My wife and I enjoyed them immensely.
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Post by crynwr » Thu May 19, 2016 11:31 am

My SO and I found ourselves outside a movie theater that offered 3 choices: The Man Who Knew Infinity, The Meddler, and Sing Street. We had never heard of Sing Street, so we went to that one. Set in Dublin in 1985, it's about a 15-year-old boy with a miserable life who wants to impress an apparently much more sophisticated 16-year-old girl.

How to do that?

It's the 80s! Put her in your music video!

So the boy forms a band so that he can make music videos and get to know her. The story is not always plausible, but there are good characterizations, and the bond between the boy and his elder brother is very affecting. The music worked well too.

The scenario - forming a band in Dublin - makes comparisons with The Commitments and Once unavoidable, and it's not as good as either. But it has a lot of charm, and we had a great evening. Having no preconceptions added to the fun.
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Post by jginseattle » Fri May 20, 2016 6:52 pm

A Bigger Splash. One of the year's best.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/ ... k-and-roll

The Nice Guys. A mess of a movie. However, Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling are quite entertaining.

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Post by Nicolas » Sat May 21, 2016 9:53 pm

Walk Don't Run (1966) Cary Grant, Samantha Eggar, Jim Hutton, bit part by George Takei. Cary Grant is in Tokyo for the 1964 Olympics. He and Jim have to room with Samantha because of the housing shortage due to the Olympics, with all the (supposed) hilarity that that entails. A waste of time, don't bother.
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Post by House Blend » Sun May 22, 2016 10:03 am

Fantastic Lies, caught on Netflix.

A documentary about the Duke Lacrosse team, conviction-by-media, and prosecutorial misconduct.

This is an installment of the highly regarded ESPN 30 for 30 documentary series. The best efforts in this series dig deep into cultural and societal issues that transcend the world of sports.

Even if you know the story, this one is both stunning and disturbing. Should be required viewing before serving on a jury.

I would put it alongside Innocence Lost, the Frontline documentary about the McMartin preschool case. Easily worth 5 stars out of 5.

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Post by Barefootgirl » Sun May 22, 2016 10:47 am

Requiem for the American Dream - documentary with commentary from Noam Chomsky. Incredibly insightful and enlightening.

Unfortunately, many may dismiss this out of hand due to assumptions they have about Chomsky's political leanings, but open minds will find a lot of food for thought here.

I am still running this through my head days later - hallmark of great films, IMO.
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Post by Levett » Sun May 22, 2016 10:53 am

I totally agree Barefootgirl. I first came to Chomsky as an undergraduate taking a Linguistics course. Little did I know that he may be one of the last remaining public intellectuals in the U.S.--by "public intellectual" I mean a person who is deeply learned in a number of subjects.

May I add to "recently watched" the sensational HBO film, All the Way? The performance by Bryan Cranston is spectacular, and the film is totally compelling for those of us who lived through the challenging 60s.

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Post by travellight » Mon May 23, 2016 9:55 am

^I saw Bryan Cranston on Broadway from the front row in All the way and it was riveting. Money well spent. Looking forward to seeing this HBO version.

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Post by travellight » Mon May 23, 2016 9:59 am

I saw Sicario last night. I thought it was flawed but watchable. I tried to appreciate its strong points which were the scenes at the end with Benicio del toro. I found myself very irritated with the Emily Blunt character. I agreed with the NY Times review of this movie by A. O. Scott and the comments that followed.
This had been highly recommended by two people so I was a bit disappointed.

Also saw The Danish Girl. Excellent movie; most remarkable for the performance by Alicia Viksander and the cinematography and visual color. Every shot looked like a painting to me. Hooper has gained even greater admiration by me as a director.

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Post by Random Poster » Mon May 23, 2016 12:18 pm

Boulevard, with Robin Williams.

It is a very short movie, and if it didn't have Robin Williams in it, I never would have picked it up at the library, but there is a reason why the movie did so poorly at the box office. I wouldn't recommend the movie.

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Post by Fallible » Mon May 23, 2016 2:02 pm

Selma. I thought much of it was outstanding, including writing, casting, acting, directing. Despite the almost requisite bombings I've seen in movies and the suicide bombings on TV news, the church bombing in this movie shook me like no other. I was in college majoring in Sociology when most of these events happened and vividly recall the classroom discussions about them. But this movie took on more of the inner workings and personal lives behind the events and this is where the acting stood out so uniformly and so well throughout.

Trumbo. Tried to stay interested, but couldn't. This surprised me as the real Trumbo and his story are fascinating.

Shaun the Sheep - the Movie. Sweet, fun, and funny. Not just for kids. :)
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Post by ruralavalon » Mon May 23, 2016 5:54 pm

The Cheap Detective.

This movie is an hilarious parody of two movie classics, Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon. Peter Falk plays the Humphrey Bogart character. I recommend this movie.
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Post by bertilak » Mon May 23, 2016 6:26 pm

ruralavalon wrote:The Cheap Detective.

This movie is an hilarious parody of two movie classics, Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon. Peter Falk plays the Humphrey Bogart character. I recommend this movie.

Look up the rest of the cast on IMDB (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077321/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1). It is impressive. Nowhere else can you seem Abe Vigoda and Ann-Margaret in the same movie! (OK, somebody prove me wrong!)

The movie is a lot like Clue (1985) and Murder by Death (1976). (Cheap Detective was 1978.) All worth a look-see.

Note that Eileen Brennan was in all three!
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Post by telemark » Tue May 24, 2016 11:37 am

World Without End, a tv series based on the book by Ken Follet. I haven't read the book and don't know much about 14th century England, but the sets are impressive, the acting is good, and the story is entertaining. The villains are all suitably villanous, so much so that they even comment on it to each other. Currently streaming on Netflix.

Oh, and it's nice to watch something based on English history that doesn't have Ann Boleyn in it. Because we all know how that story turns out.

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Post by mickeyd » Tue May 24, 2016 2:26 pm

Nebraska

What it's like to get old in America. Black/white format actually makes it a better flick.
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Post by Random Poster » Tue May 24, 2016 5:20 pm

mickeyd wrote:Nebraska

What it's like to get old in America. Black/white format actually makes it a better flick.


That may be, but I found the profanity to make it not as good of a flick as it could have been.

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Post by joe8d » Tue May 24, 2016 7:12 pm

mickeyd wrote:Nebraska

What it's like to get old in America. Black/white format actually makes it a better flick.


Excellent Film.
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Post by Nicolas » Tue May 24, 2016 9:37 pm

mickeyd wrote:Nebraska

What it's like to get old in America. Black/white format actually makes it a better flick.


I'll see anything with Bruce Dern in it. Good film too.

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Post by miles monroe » Sat May 28, 2016 4:52 pm

sisters.

disappointing considering the cast.

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Post by joe8d » Sat May 28, 2016 9:20 pm

"Remember", Well Worth Watching.
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Post by GerryL » Sat May 28, 2016 9:30 pm

Now available on Netflix: Look Who's Back.
Based on the book of the same name, the movie imagines Adolf Hitler suddenly waking up in a field in modern times. How the people respond to this comic "doing" a dead-on Hitler impression and how he adapts to the world of social media. In German with subtitles.

I read the book last year and had been waiting for it to arrive. Finally watched it last weekend. Provocative and entertaining.

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Post by Ricola » Sat May 28, 2016 9:47 pm

The Revenant. We were totally engrossed in the movie, the photography was amazing.

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Post by goldendad » Sat May 28, 2016 10:15 pm

"Concussion" Good movie. A bit sobering.

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Post by munemaker » Sat May 28, 2016 10:31 pm

"Alice Through the Looking Glass" The reviewers didn't like it, but I enjoyed it.

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Post by gary11 » Sun May 29, 2016 8:49 am

"Secret in Their Eyes". (the US version)
Very average flick. Supposed to be a psychological thriller. Heavy star cast, good story/concept but overall movie was dull and just meh.

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Post by LadyGeek » Sun May 29, 2016 10:12 am

The 5th Wave. Aliens conquer the earth, kids spoil the outcome. For a PG-13 movie, it's not bad.
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Post by cheese_breath » Sun May 29, 2016 10:12 pm

Just finished watching the 1953 War of the Worlds on Comcast On Demand free movies. I've seen it several times since my first time in 1953, and IMO it far surpasses the 2005 Tom Cruise version for suspense and shock value.
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Post by LadyGeek » Mon May 30, 2016 9:18 am

The Big Short. I liked it, especially the methods they used to explain the financial concepts. My husband has little in interesting in investing and even he liked it.

I was very impressed to see Richard H. Thaler explaining the Hot-hand fallacy in the middle of a casino.

I rarely watch the Blu-Ray DVD "extras", but I did for this one.
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Post by Jazztonight » Mon May 30, 2016 11:16 am

DW and I watched Admiral on Netflix last night. https://trailers.apple.com/trailers/ind ... t/admiral/

If you are a fan of Naval battles of sailing ships, this is a must-see. Also, this is a 17th century period piece set in Holland, and the costumes and countryside/city filmography is wonderful, and "dark" in a Rembrandt sort of way. I enjoyed that darkness.
I was not aware of the politics in Holland at the time: Orangemen vs. republicans. Obviously a rough time for the Dutch.

I liked it more than my wife did, but I've read a lot of novels/series about naval battles, and this was quite authentic.
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Post by JonnyDVM » Mon May 30, 2016 2:12 pm

Ricola wrote:The Revenant. We were totally engrossed in the movie, the photography was amazing.


Agreed the photography was amazing. Just saw it last night. Didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would though. It just kept dragging on.
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Post by legio XX » Mon May 30, 2016 3:07 pm

Fritz Lang's Destiny (1921) - I have a soft spot for silents.

And the no-longer-new Star Wars just before it vanished from the theatres.

Hey, that's two movies since the semester ended . . . more moviegoing than most of last year.

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Post by MP173 » Mon May 30, 2016 3:46 pm

I also liked "The Big Short" and how the technical details were explained...something about watching a woman in a bubble bath explain financial engineering that holds my attention. Financial bubbles bad...bath bubbles good.

This weekend we watched two movies:

"True Story" is about a NYT author Michael Finkel who is disgraced when caught stretching a story and a murderer Christian Longo. Good acting by Jonah Hill and James Franco, but the story was a bit flat.

"Irrational Man" with Joaquem Phoenix and Emma Stone was much better, dealing with a depressed Philosophy Professor who finds a purpose in his life in killing a judge.

We binge watched "The Following" Season 1 on Netflix. Jack Bower, reincarnated in this series.

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Post by siamond » Mon May 30, 2016 7:57 pm

I just watched Money Monster, what else... :wink:

I actually really liked it. Sure, it is somewhat caricatural and unrealistic, but doesn't matter, the movie took me by surprise multiple times, it was really entertaining, solid performances by the actors, I wasn't bored one minute. My wife was grumbling for the first 15 minutes that I brought her to watch a movie about Wall St, but then she really got into it too!

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Post by navyasw02 » Mon May 30, 2016 8:00 pm

The Do-over. Adam Sandler Netflix original movie. Not as terrible as other Adam Sandler movies, had a few funny spots, but mostly had it on as background sound.

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Post by SGM » Mon May 30, 2016 8:53 pm

The Man Who Knew Infinity. This is an excellent inspiring film about S. Ramanujan was an obscure accountant living in near poverty in Madras India before WW I who was discovered by the Trinity College mathematician G.H. Hardy. Ramanujan turns out to be a genius and worked closely with Hardy and Littlewood.

There is a well known anecdote about the taxi number 1729. 1729 was said to be a dull number by Hardy when they took the taxi to go to the hospital, per Ramanujan " 1729 is a very interesting number; it is the smallest number expressible as a sum of two cubes in two different ways." This was the sort of thing that prompted Professor Littlewood to say "every positive integer was one of [Ramanujan’s] personal friends.

Ramanujan was only interested in an equation if it was a gift from God. In Madras he wrote theorems on the floor of a Hindu temple. He often left out steps when he was in India partially because he couldn't afford the paper.

People are still studying his notebooks, and his theorem's are used in the study of black holes. His birthday is a national holiday in India.

Ramanujan died at early age of what was thought to be TB. However in 1994 a study of his medical record suggested that it was more likely he died of amoeba borne illness that was endemic to Madras. It was curable but difficult to diagnose. After a long period of latency he died of complications of the disease.
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Post by Random Poster » Tue May 31, 2016 1:16 pm

Recently "watched" The Letters and Mr. Holmes.

Neither can be recommended.

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Post by magazinewriter » Tue May 31, 2016 4:22 pm

Spotlight.

Great film.

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Post by miles monroe » Wed Jun 01, 2016 8:57 am

neighbors 2

it was just like neighbors only with girls. which means it was funny. :)

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Post by Onion » Wed Jun 01, 2016 2:14 pm

Regarding Henry

Hadn't watched it in years. Highly recommended. Not a huge Harrison Ford fan, but his flat acting really works in this film.

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Post by StormShadow » Thu Jun 02, 2016 4:38 pm

Enter the Battlefield: Life on the Magic - The Gathering Pro Tour.

Documentary about professional magic the gathering card players. Narrated, of course, by the world's most famous nerd... Wil Wheaton. :mrgreen:

Enjoyed it! :thumbsup

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Post by Nicolas » Thu Jun 02, 2016 5:14 pm

The Big Gundown (1966) Lee Van Cleef. Spaghetti Western with classic Lee Van Cleef at his finest! Recommended.

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Post by stumblebum » Thu Jun 02, 2016 5:33 pm

Vlast on Netflix

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Post by jmndu99 » Thu Jun 02, 2016 8:04 pm

Money Monster - George Clooney and Julia Roberts on the big screen

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Post by jmndu99 » Thu Jun 02, 2016 8:04 pm

Money Monster - George Clooney and Julia Roberts on the big screen

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